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Wat Banan Temple

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Interesting old temple

Nice to see another temple that's not in the angkhor region. Its falling down more and more so will... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Matt_Bird_13
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Loads of steps

Did we groan when we stood at the bottom of the huge staircase! Such a long, steep way up! We took... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2018
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We'll start in the morning, whenever you want. I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I first let you see how the people are making rice noodles. After that, we are going to see how the old lady is rolling the cigarettes. After...more
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Banan Hill | Address: 118 Street 3, Battambang 02360, Cambodia, Battambang 02000, Cambodia
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All reviews worth the climb steep stairs banan temple odd steps nice visit take your time tuk tuk worth a visit small cave well worth the effort ancient ruins siem reap battambang town entrance fee ek phnom bamboo train killing caves
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nice to see another temple that's not in the angkhor region. Its falling down more and more so will probably change a fair bit. Child sellers up the steep steps but just ignore them if they bother you.

Thank Matt_Bird_13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very worth and far from town.but you must visit this please.this place very perfect.you can see view point very beautiful

Thank Jakkapong B
Reviewed 9 September 2018

Did we groan when we stood at the bottom of the huge staircase! Such a long, steep way up! We took it in short chunks and made it to the top. Near to the top are a couple of youngsters who fan you and want...More

Thank MrsBsTravels
Reviewed 28 August 2018

one great great and fun temple for young people is about 100 meter high from surround. with a lots of stars. I do recommend elderly as a bit quit tall. I do love laterise build with old eyes of buiding and top view and nature...More

Thank CambodiaShuttle
Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile

An Angkorian era temple , on top of a hill and no tourist hordes and extortionate entrance fees! The 250 odd steps up to the top are a bit of a challenge but it was worth the climb !

Thank tonyking8652
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

It’s worth it once you’re at the top! It’s a workout, but we did it in less than 10minutes, so even if you need some short breaks to get there it will never take you longer than 20 minutes! You’ll be happy you did it

Thank JVanhorenbeke
Reviewed 11 July 2018

To be honest we didn't make it to the top because of the sweltering heat. The place is gorgeous but when it is too hot the way up to the temple is brutal. We saw tons of beautiful butterflies fluttering about.

Thank Erik M
Reviewed 23 June 2018

we do love temples all best of our view we went there because of bamboo train had moved near by. if you visited temples in Siem Reap Angkor park i do not recommend as Angkor is good enough.

Thank Giapoalo P
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

This temple is very nice. It's less maintained and restored than many others but it gives it a certain dilapidated charm too. A visit to this temple requires you to be mobile and sure footed as there are over 300 steps up to the top....More

1  Thank nicksibubs
Reviewed 6 June 2018

All these places around Battambang make you appreciate their past and their culture. There is no visit to that area completed with seeing it.

Thank Aldona M
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TheoI41
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Response from June M | Reviewed this property |
YOu can do it in an hour but we wandered slowly and spent 3 hrs here. Loved the site.
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Seema J
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Response from chitchat78 | Reviewed this property |
Yes no problem, take water too, lots of steps. Then when you think you're at the top there are lots more!
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